Old Yeller - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Travis tells Mama what Lisbeth said about Old Yeller stealing. She suggests tying him but Old Yeller just chews through it. They try to put Old Yeller in the corn crib but Old Yeller howls and barks making Little Arliss mad. Travis suggests locking him in the room where Little Arliss and Travis sleep, but Mama doesn't want Old Yeller sleeping with the boys because they will get fleas and ringworm. Travis tries to put him on a cowhide on the floor but Old Yeller just sleeps in the bed with Travis and Little Arliss. When Travis gets ringworm he does not tell Mama but treats it with turpentine. Old Yeller eats the food they offer him.

The raccoons begin to eat the corn and the skunks eat the watermelons. Other animals come in as well so Old Yeller and Travis begin sleeping in the corn patch...

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